Boyer Children's Clinic is currently seeking a Family Resources Coordinator (FRC) to provide access for families to coordinated services across agencies that provide services to young children with disabling conditions and their families.
Boyer Children's Clinic provides medical, therapy, special education and family services to infants and young children with cerebral palsy and other developmental delays and their families. For more information on Boyer Children's Clinic, please visit www.boyercc.org.
- Inform parents about their rights, procedural safeguards, and early intervention services provided by Part C of IDEA.
- Serve as point of contact in helping parents obtain service and assistance they may need.
- Coordinate evaluations and assessments.
- Facilitate the development, scheduling, and review of the Individual Family Service Plan.
- Identify service providers available to the child and family.
- Assist parents of eligible children in gaining access to the early intervention services.
- Submit requests for interpreters and transportation
- Assist the facilitation of the timely delivery of available services.
- Review with families the “family cost participation” paperwork
- Inform families of the availability of advocacy services.
- Assure for ongoing coordination among services providers to each family, including health and medical services.
- Facilitate transition plans to Part B services at least 90 days before the child's third birthday.
- Assist families in accessing Part C payer of last resort funds in accordance with King County Policies and Procedures for the Administration of Unmet Needs Funds.
- Maintain documentation of FRC activities individually in each child’s file and collectively for agency records, billing, and tracking.
Skills and Qualifications:
- Bachelor of Arts degree in a field related to early intervention services.
- Must maintain status as registered FRC and attend necessary training offered by ESIT and the King County ICC.
- Two years or more of experience in a field of early intervention with demonstrated experience in working with multiple professional disciplines.
- Bilingual (English and Spanish) highly desired.
- Ability to establish effective working relationships throughout the agency and the early intervention services community.
- Must be First Aid and CPR certified.
- Must possess valid Washington State Driver’s License and automobile insurance if driving. Ability to transport oneself to community appointments as necessary.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.